In view of the much-awaited Naga Peace Accord and Naga Peace Accord, the new nomenclature to form an opposition-less government was approved through a resolution on Saturday. A meeting of all the MLAs including Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP), Naga People’s Front (NPF), BJP and Independents was called in the capital Kohima. The meeting chaired by Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio passed a unanimous resolution to adopt an opposition-less government, adopting the new nomenclature United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
In the 2018 assembly elections, the BJP formed the government with the NDPP under the name People’s Democratic Alliance, while the Naga People’s Front took over as the principal opposition.
In order to find a solution to the long pending demands related to the Naga political issues, it was decided by the parties to unite in the assembly. Rio will remain the chief minister. A common minimum program has been developed, which is suitable for all parties.
All political parties will strive towards unity and reconciliation and request the Government of India to work out an amicable solution acceptable to all at the earliest. The recently concluded session of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly has unanimously passed a five-point resolution.
On June 11, the Nagaland government announced that they would constitute a parliamentary committee, comprising 60 state legislators and two MPs, and tasked with resolving the crisis in the region and playing the role of a facilitator. decades old conversation
The Naga Peace Accord was signed on 3 August 2015 in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi between the Government of India and the NSCN to end insurgency in Nagaland. On behalf of the Government of India, Nagaland Governor RN Ravi, NSCN President Isaac Chishi Swu, along with President and General Secretary Thuingleng Muivah were also interlocutors of the Naga peace talks. However, Ravi has now been made the Governor of Tamil Nadu. Newly appointed interlocutor AK Mishra has recently landed in the state.